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Now On Sale

November's a big month for me. Look around, and you'll find my stuff everywhere.

First out was the hardcover of SONGS OF LOVE AND DEATH, the latest crossgenre anthology I've edited with Gardner Dozois, featuring seventeen original never-before-published tales of star-crossed lovers, with a lineup that includes fantasy, paranormal romance, and SF, written by some of today's hottest writers.

The table of contents:
-Jim Butcher, "Love Hurts"
-Jo Beverly, "The Marrying Maid"
-Carrie Vaughn, "Rooftops"
-M.L.N. Hanover, "Hurt Me"
-Cecelia Holland, "Demon Lover"
-Melinda M. Snodgrass, "The Wayfarer's Advice"
-Robin Hobb, "Blue Boots"
-Neil Gaiman, "The Thing About Cassandra"
-Marjorie M. Liu, "After the Blood"
-Jacqueline Carey, "You and You Alone"
-Lisa Tuttle, "His Wolf"
-Linnea Sinclair, "CourtingTrouble"
-Mary Jo Putney, "The Demon Dancer"
-Tanith Lee, "Under/Above the Water"
-Peter S. Beagle, "Kashkia"
-Yasmine Galenorn, "Man in the Mirror"
-Diana Gabaldon, "A Leaf on the Wind of All Hallows"

If you're a fan of Harry Dresden, the Kushiel series, the Outlander books, or any of the other featured writers, this is one you'll want to pick up.

SONGS OF LOVE AND DEATH was released from Pocket Books on November 16, and should be available from your favorite bookstore right now.


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Nov. 24th, 2010 02:31 am (UTC)
Just read Love Hurts in Side Jobs. Never before published?
Nov. 24th, 2010 04:22 pm (UTC)
It was a Harry Dresden story, even?
Nov. 24th, 2010 05:52 am (UTC)
I see that both this book and the Wild Card release are available as a Kindle eBook. Will this continue with Dance for Songs of Ice & Fire? I'm on the fence about buying a Kindle and although it would be nice to have a lighter "book" to read I don't like the idea of buying a few electrons at the same price as the hard cover.

Thankfully the eBook is $4.17 less than the hardcover. I hope this trend continues since it looks like I'll be getting a Kindle for Christmas.
Nov. 24th, 2010 04:21 pm (UTC)
I'm about 3/4 of the way finished with it. I only skipped past two of the stories, which is a big compliment from me, because I just don't usually take well to anthologies for some reason. But I've really loved some of these, and have started collecting books to read from some of these authors, who I might otherwise never have read. This makes me very happy.
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